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Martha Wainwright picks up the phone and goes through the “Hello, how are you?” etiquette in her sweet-tinged though sleepy voice.
Remember those horrid PE lessons with the dreaded bleep test? Well all dark memories of that phrase can now be replaced with something fun; a free music club night on the third Saturday of every month.
Reading’s beat maestro dan le sac will be performing with hip-hop cohort Scroobius Pip at a special children’s festival in Maidenhead.
Imagine marrying up the idea of pass the parcel with a chain letter. There’s no hundreds of layers of wrapping involved, but your parcel reaches thousands of people all over the country.
With all the woes of losing the Fez Club as a major venue for local bands, look east (of Berkshire) and you’ll find a venue that could easily become the hub of a new scene.
Berkshire has done it again. Last year Reading’s OK Tokyo won a slot on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury; this year it’s the turn of Newbury’s Fox Cubs.
If you like your tribute bands and golden oldies then you can head to Wellington Country Park next month to see some of the best in the business for the Marvellous festival.
Scouting For Girls honoured their pledge to return to Reading following their sudden cancellation of their Hexagon gig in April, owing to frontman Roy Stride losing his voice.
Think Three Men In A Boat was an epic adventure?
More good news for the Berkshire music scene: A student label has launched its latest compilation CD featuring local bands and artists from the Thames Valley Region.